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that secretary lynn has been talking about. >> mr. whitman? from virginia. >> thanks for joining us. i want to jump in since my time is limited and talk about the decision-making between the recommendation to close joint forces command. first of all, i think there's a tremendous lack of transparency there. took us over 7 weeks to get a response back from recognize see tear. ranking member forbes and mckee on and myself requested that. when we got the letter back it re-reinstateed the initial decision and had justification why this didn't fall under braecht. and i noted that the parsing of terms. seems as we look at the process, first of all, we were told, well this is an efficiency effort. we'll look to where we can obtain efficiencies but we're told there's no analysis or cost analysis about closing jif come. that's yet to come and then we said, well really it was anticipate business decision but a military decision. when we ask, tell us strategic analysis behind that we're told we're in the process of doing it. we have operational opportunities out there. but strategically we have not fig
and our pledge. >> hello, i am for the second district of west virginia, just right across the way. i want to thank you for hosting us today. i am very proud to stand with my colleagues and the american people as we pledge to get our country back on track. it is long overdue that we take this action to make congress accountable to our employer, the american people. we have been listening to our constituents frustration. they are exhausted and they are tired of all of the bickering in washington, d.c. i hear every day to west virginians who are asking for a little common sense. do not spend more than you take in, live up to your promises, and solve our problems. that is why we are pledging to fight on the side of the american people as we work together to address the serious, but not impossible problems that are before us. we have been listing. today, we pledge to ensure transparency and accountability in congress and throughout the government. we pledged to fight efforts to find the very costly health care bill, to fight to increase domestic energy resources and to fight to oppose a test t
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